Category: Oil & Gas

Life After OXY: Why Would I Work?

As a recruiter many of my clients ask me about whether or not they should work after retirement. There are many benefits to working in retirement, both financial and emotional. Let’s take a look at some of those benefits. FINANCIALLY: BENEFITS OF WORKING Make up for Decreased Value of Savings or Investments. Low interest rates have

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Analyzing the Timing for Your Unemployment Benefits From Chevron

Despite what most folks think, you do not have to file for unemployment benefits immediately after getting laid off.  While many people certainly need the money and cushion, others may have more flexibility in when they can claim their benefits. If you’re a part of the latter, it would be wise to weigh your options

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Helpful Information for Chevron Retirees

As a resource for those who have retired from Chevron, this page provides information to help guide you through life after working.  From pensions to 401(k) handling and everything in between. Many of you have asked me for insights, information or help with an abundance of varying topics. Simply put, the purpose here is to

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Before you leave Shell Oil and Hire a Recruiter Calculate your Shell Pension

As a recruiter I always advise my clients to make the most informed decisions possible. You want to have as much information as you can before making any major changes in your life. Whether you are leaving Shell by choice or otherwise, it is important to calculate your pension before you you depart from the

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